Developing an observation instrument for assessing the effectiveness of English teaching at vocational secondary schools

Estu Widodo, Franciscus Xaverius Sudarsono
2016 Research and Evaluation in Education  
This study was aimed at: (1) developing an observation instrument for assessing English teaching at vocational secondary schools (VSSs), (2) examining the validity of the developed instrument, (3) examining the inter-rater reliability, and (4) assessing the effectiveness of the developed instrument. The subjects of the three-phase field-tests were English teachers and students of four VSSs. Observation sheets, questionnaires, and interviewes were employed to collect the data. The instruments
more » ... The instruments were field-tested in three phases. Expert judgment, Kappa Coefficient, and Kane's (2006) argument-based validation and Bachman & Palmer's intepretive and use argument were used to determine the instrument validity and reliability. The field-test which involved stakeholders prove that the observation instrument could be implemented effectively to assess the teaching of English at VSSs.
doi:10.21831/reid.v2i2.8648 fatcat:xkcxd2bkzrf2jmqine4d5gb2i4